Dambulla Cave Temple is Sri Lanka's largest historic cave temple. The Dambulla rock is 330m high. It spreads on one side as a rock, and on the other, a mountain of wildlife. The cave temple is built in the area where the stone is spread. On the rock on the plains of Kurunegala, Sigiriya and Ritigala mountains are beautifully visible. The five caves possess an artistic treasure of wall paintings and statues of Lord Buddha and some kings. This is just an art gallery of the ancient age.
Afternoon transfer to Kandy
Senkadagala, Sri Lanka’s last kingdom and currently recognizes as Kandy, a world heritage site. Kandy is a noteworthy city in Sri Lanka situated in the Central Province. The locale is sloping and thickly forested inside the island. The city is in the middle of the Knuckles mountain run and the Hanthana Mountain Range. In the Kandy City Tour, the immaculacy is abundant.
The crown precious stone of the city is the acclaimed Sri Dalada Maligawa, by and large, called the Temple of the Tooth. 'Maligawa' really suggests a great living course of action, and the shelter is a touch of the royalty. The whole fanciful is more than three centuries old. The breathtaking roofed Temple of the Sacred Tooth houses is the spot Sri Lanka's most important Buddhist relic – a left tooth of the Buddha kept. Temple of the Tooth building complex is consist of the Main Entrance, Moat, The Octagon – Pattripuwa., Handun Kunama (inner sanctum), The Golden Canopy, The Temple of the Tooth Museum – New Palace, The Royal Palace, The National Museum of Kandy, International Buddhist Museum – Old Courts, Kandy Lake, Queens Bath, Diyathilaka Mandapaya.
Kandy Lake, otherwise called Kiri Muhuda or the Sea of Milk, is a man-made in the core of the slope city of Kandy. Steps around the lake are just an astonishment while the breeze hugs you and not to forget that it is like stepping around a history book as it witnesses about eras.
Kandy Cultural Show is a vibrant, lively and remarkable show of Sri Lankan customary moves, one of the nation's rich cultural performances. The beats in delineating demons, the rhythm of the low country, fire and harvest moves joined by ceremonial drums and the drum orchestra rising and tumbling to the vivacious rhythm.